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  • Proposed tax credit for California's poor receives bipartisan support

    Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposal for a state tax credit for California’s poorest working families was praised by both Democratic and Republican legislative leaders Thursday, but that warm bipartisan embrace wasn’t extended to other portions of the governor’s revised state budget.
  • Fundraising blackout should apply to Senate and Assembly

    Fundraising blackout should apply to Senate and Assembly
    Next week, a 30-day fundraising “blackout” for state senators will kick in, during which they may not receive donations from lobbyists, nor ask for them. They may not so much as send out a measly invitation for a fundraiser. The ban ends the...

    Proposed bill on fighting wage theft is strong but needs more precision

    Proposed bill on fighting wage theft is strong but needs more precision
    The California Legislature last year considered a bill that would have given workers a mechanism for collecting unpaid wages by filing a lien against their employer. It wasn't a perfect solution, but it would have made it harder for business owners to...

    Drought: California governor seeks fine for water wasters

    California businesses and residents that waste the most water as the state copes with a drought should face $10,000 fines, Gov. Jerry Brown said, as his administration rejected calls from cities to relax its mandatory water conservation targets. The...

    Governor proposes $10,000 fine for worst water wasters

    Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday called for $10,000 fines for residents and businesses that waste the most water during the drought, as his administration rejected calls from cities to relax its mandatory water conservation targets. The recommendation was...